Update: Elevated charges brought against suspect who allegedly fired at woman in car

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Charges have been upgraded for a Manhattan man who allegedly fired shots into another car Sunday on K-18 in a domestic incident.

Formal charges were filed Tuesday showing 37-year-old Torrey Lindsay is now charged with attempted first-degree murder, aggravated assault and criminal discharge of a weapon into an occupied vehicle. The incident is alleged from Sunday morning on K-18, near the Riley/Geary County line. Lindsay had initially been charged with attempted second-degree murder.

An online criminal complaint alleges Lindsay acted with premeditation when he shot at a 33-year-old woman from his vehicle into the vehicle she was driving. The woman sustained minor injuries to the face from glass shrapnel.

Lindsay remains jailed in Riley County on a $750,000 bond.

Original story – 9:30 p.m. Sunday

A Manhattan man is behind bars after a domestic-related shooting Sunday morning.

The Riley County Police Department says officers responded shortly after 10 a.m. after receiving a 911 call of shots fired from one car to another while both were eastbound on K-18 near the Geary-Riley County line. Police caught up to both vehicles near the intersection of Miller Parkway and Fort Riley Blvd. Investigators found a 33-year-old female victim, driving one of the cars, suffering from minor glass shrapnel injuries to her face. She was transported to Ascension Via Christi and later released.

Police have charged 37-year-old Torrey Sherard Lindsay with attempted second-degree murder and he remains jailed in Riley County in lieu of bond. Police say Lindsay was driving the other car, and allegedly shot from his car into the victim’s car.

No further information has been released. Police say this an ongoing investigation.

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